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See definition of more dog-eared on Dictionary.com
  • as inrun down
  • as inseedy
  • as inshabby
  • as inthreadbare
  • as inscrubby
  • as intatty
  • as indilapidated

synonyms for more dog-eared

  • broken-down
  • crumbling
  • decrepit
  • derelict
  • deserted
  • desolate
  • dilapidated
  • dingy
  • neglected
  • ramshackle
  • rickety
  • seedy
  • tacky
  • abandoned
  • beat up
  • below par
  • debilitated
  • dog-eared
  • down-at-the-heel
  • drained
  • enervated
  • exhausted
  • fatigued
  • forsaken
  • frowzy
  • in a bad way
  • old
  • out of condition
  • peaked
  • ratty
  • tattered
  • tired
  • tumble-down
  • uncared-for
  • under the weather
  • unhealthy
  • untended
  • used-up
  • weak
  • weary
  • worn-out
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antonyms for more dog-eared

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  • nice
  • populated
  • sound
  • stable
  • used
  • OK
  • fresh
  • good
  • healthy
  • fresh
  • new
  • unused
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      How to use more dog-eared in a sentence

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